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WKKK1.Y HKItALD: PLATTSMOUTll. NT, UK
fwIENT WHY ARE
RAVE YOU TRIED DRUGS AND
but a trlnl ti ""
. baveunduly drained
-j ttiuo canard your
. meiiia i hub arainpa.
will remove tbCHU(ie ;
1 and health, atreiiKtrj
3 kni.U I'Thvp
nil trMHlninnt. Mini
Our itUO. paya
3 book "Three
m WjyS! I twl ..I.I
llr. huutlro'e AJtt'P F.li-rtrlc Hell
! undreda of caaea throughout thla Slate, who would gladly teai Ifv. and Iruui tuauy uf wtium w have
aUoiitf loUara buaxiuti tooiiuiuuy to their recovery after uaiug our Hell.
Idhiknit liMi.lt h unit
n vmor. hi: pr Mil
WE HAVE CURED THESE
ER VOL'S DEBILITY AND WEAKNESS.
OraTO Rinrs, Mich., November lit, MM.
T. A. T. Bakmk. Hear Sir :-In nply to your late
f aor, have to nay that 1 think your Dr. haiiden E wtnr
llelt one of me jrr'uieFi invention. ti oiw iiinwnm
rentury.and eonimlt-rlt a most Hjt.rfulaK-nl fr ff'Kni
among the many afflicted on thin earth, audi know that
tnroiiRh nie aeveral of your uelu have neenaolit, totlie
partlea' (rreatowt aatiafaitii-n. As to myself I am a well
man to-tfay from weai-in one of your t'lei'trlr U'ltn.atnt
am thirty pound heavier tlmn be fore tiling IL 1 cheer
fully anil truthfully rrcomn.rnd rour belt.
11. ti. WILDtK, i tUiaamut Avenue.
GENERAL DEBILITV, NEBV0U8NESS.
MawArKM, Win., Anirnrt 7th. IK
Da. A. T. FAtroan, l-ar Sir t-The Elertrir bi lt I re
ci iv,4 from you hut April hanlonenll It in rtinmniiinli (I
fl.. .In Ir.n km v ir hu flout' nmn for mi t han all till
medicine 1 have taken In threw yenrn. The lime I got
the bell I wan In a had rnndltion. suiroliriK ureally fiom
irenenUdebilltv.nervoupneHs. c, and i.i ' bloiKl whhIii
very oor condition. 1 neighed .it the tune I ffot the
bell 14& poundx, hut ntprtM'til w tHn.ir mv wriirlit I Ifiil
THE DR. SANDEN
Is a enmpleto galvanic buttery, inane India belt ao
gtvea aooilltnir. pr loniron rniTrum nnirn nru iii
93,000. It hasHn linpi ovcl I loi irlc huapennnry, thi-greaieat boon ever given weak inyn, ana
u ..mini it t,. I'tipo t'iv . ,r t i..t uiiovo wo;.i;m.'t. ii ml tuonlnrL'R shrunken II iii ba. or part a. or trlont-y
llelunded. They are graded In sinniyh to nioet
men, and will cure the wnri I'nm'sln I vd or three
SANDEN ELECTRtC CO..
HI KI.IM1KIN 1 -InMII 111 KIVKK II. It.
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hrciuht Xi i.i, In Snutli Oiiiiilia
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' No- 17. MlTls t'VC'IV V tl i llt'r-i I ;i ct'-
ninu at tliiir hall ofr fiitini't At 1 nit's, all
viititin kiiiulit-. nr.- o i r 1 1 :i I i itnitcil to
at tiin I. M X (in Hi ill, t : Ui lioscy IV til
IV niitl s.
1) 1' v
Xn M Meet M-riinil ami fonrt Ii
1' i iilay evenings iii t he iiiiiiii h at l
1 ) 1' Hall.
H ondiaii, M U . h I' llrtiwn,
f "l-:f ; K" !: !-; K IIOXOK - Meet- the llrxt
anil th in I Thnirstla v eveiiinu;s of eat Ii
niiiiilh in 1. O. ( l. I'. hull, I- il.er.iltl hint k.
Mi., Aililie Sinilh, U'tntliv MMer of lluiior
lrn. Xaiinir Unrkel. sister set ri-tary.
DKGK'KK !' IION'tIK' Ivy loilue. No. 1.1
meets lirst anil thinl I liiirsilat s ot
each tnont Ii in K. of I
er, sister set relarv.
AUK l.ini'oln Conneil A. I'. A. No. Pi
meets ex'eiN1 seeoml antl fonrlli Wetl
nesila v in eai h moiit h nt I .!. I', hull.
t'A l AtH.K'.-St. I'anl. Chiiirh. Oak, lio
tween Kill Ii anil Si xt h. lallier tiirnev.
I'asler serviri": Mas at ji i I Pi: l.i A. M
Siui.a Si'liool at J:ii w it h heneiliet ion.
I'Dl.oitKli IIAI'llsr. Mt. Olive Oak, be
tween Tenth antl Ivlevent h' h'ev. A llos
well. pastor. Servires 1 1 n. ill ami 7 ;:UI p.
in. I'rayer meet inn Weilnesilay eveninv;.
I'lKSI' MKTllHlMST.-Sirlli St., Iietueeu
Main anil I'enrl. h'ev. I.. liritt l. I),
pastor. Serviees II a . m . , anil K:D0 p. in.
Sunihiy sehool at 'J::ia p. in.
OHW.1AN I'KHXIY TKKIAX. Curlier Main
ami Nineth. kev. Wilte. pastor. Ser
viees usual hours. Suntlav sihonl nt
t::l p, in.
t'liwisi'l AN Corner l.oeusl ami K.iuhtli
streets. Serviees: M.irninu ami eve
ti in L. I'ililer A. ial1iivia., pastor. Sun
ilay St liool at in a. in.
Ill'lso n i Si, Luke's e'liin h "l urner of
I hiril anil hie streets, h'ev. II. It.
Ilnrites-,, iasor. Si r lees: II ,i. m. ami
7 :.'W p. tn. Stltnla v Si hool al '.'::tll p. in.
I'WI'.sH I I k'l . Servic es in new
i hni'i'h. t oriu-r Si1li anil Granite sis.,
h'ev. J. T. liairil. past.n'.'siinilM.v sehool at
; : : lit ; pi cat Ii mi; at II. a. in. anil s p. m.
I'lie V, I', S. C. h. of this t lunch meets
e er sal .I i.it h evening at 7;I" in liase
nient ol Hie ehiiich. All ale in iteil to
at letnl t hese inoi t i n ir.
t -..in I'.l , h ;
Si t Ii.
I . l .lilt ie,
Agency for .a
-.r f'r ' !''!.' ."'STa
a-i i j i -a.'J.
a V-Jj-. TRADE MARKS,
. . 1 .-eiiEMlo.
nrtiru n a -e r .,
. i ""vol I o, OVO.I
rortmnrmntion nnn Troe llnndbonk wrltoto
MI NN in., :nil IiiioAinvAV. Nr. r Yoinr.
fll.h-et liiiiniiu for aeeurlng piitenta In Amerinu
Kvcrv patent tnkon out by tis Ih brought before
the public by a unlive tpvcu fi co of chiuKu lu the
Largest ctrcnlntlnti of any sclentlfln paper In the)
world. Hploudldly llluatratetl. No intelligent
iau should be without It. Weekly, et.'l.oo a
yoari flUslz nioutha. Addreaa MINN A tx)
Vuuuauatta, 301 Uroadway, flew Votk Uty.
FAILED TO FIND A CURE?
'AND SUSPENSORY FOR
WHO ARE DEBILITATED AMSllfTERING
from Nervous DebilitV Seminal Weak
NESi Losses Drains Impotency or.
f OCT MlUUOAn DUPIIMATIM I IMP
:Rkc Kidnev Troubles. Nervousnlss
AdH''" effM,,,0f .kgu. axraniA. worry and aitmarjra. Fr
hate relief ami cure in our miirTeloua Invention, hlrh requires
Tine the milaeitk-al. In your lunorance of effecta or by airrawa.
jour Talvoi of nerve forroand vitality whirs
wenkneat or lack of force. If you roplare Into)
wiuca ara rt-ainreu lor viaoroua irenuiu. yoia
im ailarun toe Ifluraor RldllHI refnniltMl-
ana yiiior will ioiiow at once anil iu irmiuuuraa
iuaa of Urn," ehouid be road by aver
.nun. iit aealMl. frMA.
u no experiment, aa we nave reatorea tnonaanaa
fiLiinr irrai insula leuroj, .hii i'v mii.wu its
- WE CAN CURE YOU!
FUOM Jl'KEblDkNT Or V 1KB PLOW CO.
MoNiornt. 111.. Oct ..
Pa. A.T. flArK, iVarfllr t Theltanden Kleetric Belt
which I liurchaiwd nf yoo twnyeare a(to worked to my
r.NTIRI HATIUfACTIOff, ana I uiae piriwmn- in rfoonr
mendlncr it at nv of mi friend who are afflicted wltn
ailnienu for uie cure nf which the bi'lt la recommendiil,
Ivuravrry truly, WM. UAXHA, rrea. vr riowtM
LAMS HACK, lUDNEV DISEASE, AO.
mir.fW tvtnher IT. "ML
Pa. A.T. SAKTUt", Pear Wr:-Thi la to rertify that 1
have used Hie bnnden Eleelrlo lielt for lame bark anil
kl.lnev trouble, and any to thoaa afflicted that I have
nivived apiiinplelerure. I mort rhwrfullyreoommenil
them. Youra, Ac, J AM IB HILLS, ;th and FraueraUt
KECOMMENDS THE BELT TO ALL.
IT .van Orrv Kanitaa. Otoher With. 1WK
Pr. A. T. SiKPkN, Dear Hlr,-Youraof IheMih lnt.,'naa
hand, and 1 will My In reply that your No. 6, Dr Harden
KW'lrie Pelt liaa trlven good aalliif notion arid haa dotm
me a wonderful (rood. From now on I aliall uaa 1C
every day, and know It will bring me out all (I. K. I
Itmeirivi n your belt a good reconmiend toaeveral bera.
Hoping J OU w ill eel I man y iiiiue, i etui, ...iioitii,
' E. S. ttfEllH ,LoclilloIlU,8.8. alaUOB.
as to he eaally worn during work or atroat, and It
- muiiut ion iiiroiiKiioui. nu vrnm ,.ni in, .t no to
all alagea of weaknepa In youipr, iulildle-a,odirold
ruonuis. Adurusa lor lull ininrni iuon.
1 69 La Salle St., CHiCACO, IU
Rick TT..ai1af!lie and mllnveaU thotronblei Incf
flcnt to alillloiiB Btnliiof tho ByHfm.auoli ttj
I)i7h,oan Kaiiaoa. Druwainoaa. listroti aftt!C
eating, 1'ain lu the Hi.lo, .Vc Wliilo tluuriuoiie
ruiuarkaulo biiccchs uaa nii-ii auowu iu uiuui)
ncnfllflio, yet Cart'T'n I.ltilo I.iver PM1 BVS
equally vuliialilo in Coiistiiiiit Inn, cut inrjiiiul pro
vt'iitiiig tliiHniiiidjinKConiphiint.wliilti they alsa
Correct all diH'T.lrrs t'f thoHUimai'ti.aiiiiinliitotlK
Jiver and rc:ulto tin: Lowcla. Evou it tliuy oulj
tlUXll HI fa Tl-JJ g W;
i:. ta v.
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Achstlier wnili1. horlnv tprifcloMtothriwiwriil
Hi(.'rfroiiitlii.)ili-ti i"' iii'i'om)'t dnt; tiutr'iirtii
lately theirp. iiii1iumi!'' n n on. I in m,.'in.l tlioia
Vliooiieoti ytlieiiiwll fin.l iIm-a- '.itMe ill Ih v.-ilil-tiUolnsoiii.-Mir
v,:ivnt!:nt tliiy Mill iiol. Im wi!
laje, toUyv.ithout tuia. 15utaf(i:ra!lslckhoa4
iPt'ietxinrirf som-my lives that liorfl Ii vrlifiTa
,om:ikooiii ';n-aluuuat. Oiir pillaciiroitwUilO
Clhera do U'd.
t'ui ter'H Lltilo LinT nth aro very email nna
very cuy to Op.! or two pilU nntkna il"so.
atif-y areBtrictly vert tMo ami do not Ifipo or
r.iiri"n, Imtby tJi.-'irc. n'!o.i' ti"U pier 'eall will
iMotuetu. liiv.i'.lict'J'M'i'iita; IP-eforlt. doiJ
by druglatu ovturywliUiiH or hjuI by :uaiL
CARTER MSDlC!t:E CO., Neve York.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DJSE. SFALL PRICE
... " .-'..-.r'"W -
For Atchinson, St. Joseph, I.eaven
worth, Kansas City, St. Louis,
and nil pointsucTth.east
south or west. Tick
ets sold and bag.
S t a tes or
INFORMATION AS TO RATF.S
Call at lie pot or address
11, C. Town-send,
(i. 1". A. St. Louis, Mo.
J. C. I'him.ippi,
A. C. P. A. Omaha.
H. I). Aitjaw. Ayt., Plattsmouth.
TllK IIi-KALli is the I lest and Most
Reliable Family Paper Pub
lished in Cass County
ONLY $1 50 PER YEAR.
CLUBBING LIS T.
The lleialil ami Cosmopolitan . .vl.jo
anil Am. 'l it an Farmer - 1 .sit
" " an.l I larpers Maya.i ne . I. Ml
" ami Harpers Weekly - . I.7H
an. I Harpers llazar I.T'i
" " ami Harpers Yotini; People it.dii
ami Tole.lo i:ia.e - 2 .'."i
ami Cent nry . . B.no
" " ami St Nit Inilas .i)
" liml Heniorest Magazine . .I.'HI
" " ami Inter. Ocean - 2.-J.1
" " liml Orange Jinld Furiner i&t
" " mill Western Knral . l.
" " iintl Globe Democrat . 2.25
" " and New York Tribune 1.75
DU al a., .w. aar w
T f Ifr .-.r-T v-tr.n,s,iiir
In llawardea Castle.
The Rev. Henry Drew was anamUbia
and congenial guide to the many object
of engroHtoiiK lnterext in Hawarden r
ctuitle. liefore leaving the drawing !
room 1 had feiusted my eyes ou uiany
relics and souvenirs of the life still in
tich wonderful preservation. The room
is a large lightsome one, looking ou to
the grounds. Every nook and corner of
it has some token of love or admiration
from worshipers of the great man who
inhabits this retreat. These were from
11 quarters India, Italy, Ireland, Amer
ica and England.
Here is a huge embossed silver cylinder,
containing ta)stry from India, and
there lying alongside a great book of
photographs stamped "Roma," is an
immense beautifully bound album con
taining nothing but the names of Italian
students. The bright face of Lord Rose
bery looks out on you from a large silver
frame surmounted with the letter "U,"
while the ascetic countenanc of Jobu
ilorley is not absent. l'all Mall O azeti.
Theft ltevralrd liv g, Iretm.
Mrs. Cornelia M. Thomas, of St.
Paul, is under arrest charged with hav
ing stolen $1,000 from her sister, Mrs.
Mary D. Thillips. of Seattle, Wash. The
circumstances preceding tho arrest arc
peculiar. Mrs. I'hillips was in St. Paul
receutly. She returned to Seattlo and
while en route dreamed that Cornelia
Thomas had abstracted $1,000 of .400
which sho had in the lining of her dress.
A search revealed tho umount $1,000
short. Mrs. Phillips returned at once
to St. Paul. Sirs. Thomas was searched
and part of the stolen money found on
her. The stolen bills were sewed into a
belt worn next to her skin by Mrs.
Thomas. Minneapolis Journal.
uA LIGHTER AND HEALTH
Accortliiitf to the cciisuh of 1SSK),
Cliicnufo t;iktH rank, by virtue of her
population of l,l)OK,r70 people, us the
eighth liirneHt city on the globe.
Most of us desire, at one time or
another, to visit a city in which no
many person t'liul homes, and,
when we do, we can find no better
line than the "Htirlini;toii K lite."
Three fast and comfnrtaMe raitiH
daily. For further information ad
dress the ,'io'i'nt of the company at
this place, or write to J. Franvin,
General Passencjer and Ticket
Agent, Omaha, Nebraska.
ppc;ulr A.I vriisini,
Atlvertisino- a patent medicine
in which the proprietor of Kemp's
Halsam does for coughs and
c. ibis docs it iudffd won lerfully.
lie autlioriy.fs all druggists to give
those who c ill for it a sample liot
tel KWiiiv, they iti.iy try it before
purchasing. The large liollles are
."it lc and .f I. We certainly advise a
trial. It may
save you , from con-
All First-Chiss Drimtiiwts.
b'roiii present (late will keep on
sale the important Fast India Hemp
remedies. Dr. II. J. lines' prepara
tion of this herli on itsj own soil
(Calcutta), will positively cure con
sumption, In'onc hitts, asthma, and
nasal Catarrh, and break up a fresh
cold in 'Jl hours. .'J.,"i:) per bottle
or it liottlesllor Try it.
Clv'ADDoCh' Co., proprietors,
lite Race street, I'hiladelpia.
Arrosie'l Hiirl Set Frui
Dr.J. II. Il.inaford says in the
Western Plowman: "If the lirst
cough is properly treated, the lirst
step in the direction of consump
tion is arrested, the lungs develop,
the breath set free, we need fear
consumption," Kemp's Halsatn for
the throat and lungs is the proper
treatment for the lirst cotiyh. No
other remedy has saved so many
from consumption. At all drug
gists. Large bottle oKo and $1.
Fly's Cream Iialin is especially
adepted as a remedy for catarrh
which is aggravated by alkaline
dust and dry winds. v , A. Hover,
My catarrh was very bad. For
thirty years I have been troubled
with it have tried a number of
remedies without relief. A drug--gist
advised lily's Cream Jllnliu. I
have used only one bottle and can
say I feel like a new man. I make
this voluntary statement that
others may know of the Halm. -J-W.
Mathewsou, (lawyer), Pawlucket
RlIliCMATIS.M CUh'lil) IX A HAY.
"Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days. Its action upon the system
is remarkable and mysterious. It
removes at once the cause ami the
disease immediately disappears,
The lirst dose greatly hem-fits, 7,"i
cents. Sold by F. (J. Fricke tV Co.,
druggists, Plat (smooth.
Mystic Li!o M'-newer,
This wonderful Health Huibb-r
ami Constitution Restores is indeed
a veritable rcnewer of life; because
it possesses such marvelous powers
to cure all formsof Failing Health,
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nervous
Diseases, Heart Affections, Female
Weakness, Hrokou Constitution and
all wasting diseases, livery bottle
warranted to give satisl,i tiiin or
money refunded Free bottle at F.
( 1. Fricke'tV Co., druggists, J'latts.
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .
Andrew Johnson and Miss Louise
Louquetof Cedar Creek were mar.
! ric-d last week by Judge Ramsey.
Alexander ! .
f-tory of bis e.v,
s stagrt director f . i : .
the latter bc;ii!i i !
"I took entire charge of tho ht v
dim lion for father," Fuid he in u ilmt
the other day, "and m relieved him
if nil nnxiotv on that score. I had
the most dirim'ty in getting proper !
handling ot tlie temple scene in 'ham
son,' wlu to Samson pulls the nhrinu
of Diaim down upon the heads of tho
eoplo. 1 superintended this und got
everything into working shape, but
did not have father ivhourso the fall
iig in of tho temple.
"I knew that the mechanical effect
would take cure of itself, so far aa ho
was concerned, and merely placed a
dummy there so as to arrange that
none of the debris should fall ho as to
hit Samson. The effect of this tum
bling in of the scenery was rather
terrifying. It was tho 'supers' whom
I expected to g,ve me tho most
trouble. Of twuit I wishid them,
representing tlw wortliipers in the
temple, to makvii Yf9iM' sUimpodo,
but I did not rehears thm for it.
"Well, when we played 'Samson'
tho first night I secured just the re
sult I wanted. You ought to have
seen those supers run off tho stage!
They thought the whole house was
tumbling in on them. The way they
went off that stage was a caution.
At least they tried to go, but in their
terror they tumbled all over one an
other in a heap. It produced u mag
nilicent terror effect, and tho audi
enco probably thought it had all lieen
rehearsed to perfection. Hut the su
pers knew lienor."
"How did theyuct the next nights"
"They didn't act at all. They were
ho terrified that they never eninc
buck. I expected that and had a new
lot ready. The most astounded man
of all was probably father. When
tin' whole temple tumbled dosvu
upon him, he was perfectly bewil
dered, and as soon as thecurtain was
down he turned to mo and energetic
ally exclaimed, 'Sacramento! but
do you want to kill me'.' When
cautious investigation kIh.'aviI him
that ii o piece of scenery could fall on
him, he accepted the situation philo
sophically." -Minneapolis Tribune,
Tin- Tntilo of llnri;liiiy.
Burglary is a trade. It has its
tricks, its tonls.-uul its ups and downs.
It is a trade which is continually
changing und improving. M"' liods
of high class burglars that were in
vogue years ago are hardly known
now. The thief's ".jimmy" is out ot'
date. Sale blowing ha" given wav b
sale cracking. Four or live nu n, j
v-t u n lew stiehs ot (lytiamiie, roii a j
tram nowadays as easily as l' ) men j
armed to the teeth did it ii dozen years
ago. Hut in spite of the changes the
motto of all low grade (Ti mlis is, "The
way to ste.il is to steal."
They embrace every opportunity'
and stc;:l whenever I hey can, often
making a bungling job and getting
nipped. Alter a few terms in Un
penitent;, iry. however, they are no
longer low gradi-crooks. but have be
coiin- ci'.ibvtfil profesMonnls. Tin
penitential y is tn -ir school. There
they are taught nil 1 he improvements
of the "trade," and tin-re many bur
glars' devices are invented by brainy
but vicious men. St. Ijouim (JIoIh--Deinocrat.
The T;l1 of 1 ho 'I'fleplinlMt.
Tlie first telephone that was ever
used was not electrical, nor was it a
scientific instrument in tiny sense of
the term. A little more than Mi years
ago the employees of u large manu
factory beguiled their leisure hours
by kite Hying. Kites largo und small
went up daily, and tho strife was to
see who could get tho largest. The
twine which held them was the
thread spun and twisted by tho la
dies of the village.
One day to the tali? of the largest
kite was attached a kitten, sewed in
a canvas bag, with a netting over
the mouth to givo it air. When the
kite was at its greatest height- '.'no
feet or more-tho mewing could lie
distinctly heard by those holding the
string. To the clearness of the at
mosphere was attributed tho hearing
of the kitten's voice. This is the first
account we remember of speaking
along a line. Sheffield Telegraph.
A Streot iir Myl.
They were riding up town together
pretty, pink cheeked Kthcl and her
red cheeked brother Kalph. In the
young woman's lap lay a daintily
bound volume with a bit of winter
landscajie etched upon the cover and
tho words "Winter Idyls" written
"Say, Kthcl," inquired Kalph,
"what does ! d v 1 spell ;"'
"Myl," replied Kill' l ;d selitlllind
edly, looking i i:t ol' tin-car window,
"Are w inter idles tratntis. Klin-I;"
he Wctlt oil.
Kt 1 1 el said si
1 1 -? t :n
Hovt III- Kni-u of II.
"I alius kip-well woodcock time
had cum." onei- said a mar-li tarnn-r,
"when parson reads iiiirning I'n-ry
furnace' in church lesson." lie was
lunch hp re a sportsman than a theo
logian, inliis tne relator ol tins story,
hut. he nieant the morning lesson ioid
style) for tho nineteenth Sunday aft
er Trinity, which fell about wood
cock tiuio. Daily's Magazine.
RfirWwnll'tt Rul! rinrh en
Has been the recognized stantiatJ i f
lor over 25 years. Uniformly cu;J auj uiniori;.; N;j
first. Bright, sweet anj fraant-wc invite iiiti f swvf.
must lauluus w uw lis fCtl llar C.u iience.
Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co., Uurliam, N. C
PERPLEXED BY HIS DOUBLE.
Serloita ('oinpllrntloiis Arlan fear the
Identity of Two Me.
TIM folly of introducing a hand
some male friend to one's best girl
was illustrated in Cuinbridgo ro
cently. It was a enso of diainond cut dia
mond. The court ships of two younp
men were cut short, and a pretty
Cambridge girl is "not keeping com
pany now with nnylxxly in particu
lar." She is good looking, and her father
is well off, all of which made young
man No. Inn ardent admirer and a
freipii-nt caller at her home. His at
tentions were received with favor,
for he, too, was good looking, and
dressed like a man in good circuni
Oneday tire couple met young man
No. L', mid lio was duly i'ltrodueed.
Ho found an opportunity lo call at
the young woman's home, and, as he
was an agreeable companion and n
good conversationist, his visits went
as agreeable as they were frequent.
Finally he was received with such
favor that young man No. I began to
realize that he was losing ground,
and he determined to take decisive
When lie got a chance he casually
asked th;? pret ty Cambridge girl it'
she knew anything about his rival's
occupation. She had never thought
of that, and s.inl so, whereupon Ie
hesitatingly intimated that. No. '.'was
a waiter in a cheap restaurant. This
c.ituvd a small sensation, which
reached a climax win n No. 2 called.
There was a coolness on the part ol
the young woman which In- cmild
not understand. He asked for an ex
planation and got it. It was a sur
prise, b'lt ho grasped the situation in
"Do you know what Mr. 's oc
cupation is; In- asked.
Well, in, she didn't, but she had
inferred (hat lie was a student at. tin
medical college. The young man
looked more amused than before and
"1 suppose that if 1 told you what
his occupation really is you would be
inclined to doubt nie, under the cir
cumstances, so I will not ask you to
believe what I say. But if you will
agree to go into Boston with nie to
morrow evening and come home
again on the next oar I think 1 will
be able to surprise you."
The young woman, after a mo
ment's reflection, assented to the
proposition, and the young man left
tho house with his face wreathed iu
Tho next evening tho two emtio
into Boston and got off the car at the
Tremont House. They walked along
a short distance, and suddenly tho
young 'man stopped in front of a
hotel mid asked his companion to
look in at ono of the windows of tho
tonsorial department. She did so,
blushed and turned away quickly.
That evening the young man
stopped at tho Cambridge girl's gate
to havo a laugh, and as ho went
"By Jove, that barber does look
like Jack, but how did I ever come
to think tf it ,"
The last act of this little comedy
drama took place a few evenings
later when young man No. 1 called.
He felt as hapjiy us a mini who im
agined he was in complete possession
of the field naturally would be. But
tho atmosphere was as cool in one
part of the room as it was agreeable
in another. 1 lo finally asked if she
had weighed what he had said on his
"Vi s." replied tin? young lady with
as in ticli com jiosure as she was eapa
bio of under t lie circumstances, "and
1 found out what your occupation in
The young man looked amused und
felt confident Unit in- could explain
away anything his rival had said ty
attributing it to jealousy.
"What did lie say t'
"You are a barber."
The young man laughed loudly and
seemed to think it all a very good
joke, but seeing that his hilarity
made no impression, asked with
"And you believed him?"
"Heliovcd him! Why, I saw yi
shaving a inan."
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